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post #36781 of 40646 Old 06-21-2014, 09:35 AM
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post #36782 of 40646 Old 06-21-2014, 11:01 AM
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Hey guys possibly headin up to big bear/San Bernardino area next week for some back country camping and wheelin. Anyone know good spots to get lost in the tj? I'll be with the wife so easy enough trails that I won't break anything on would be preferred.
Just got out on the south side yesterday. Jeep camping at the very end of 2n11 is great. Get there BBB - Tulip - 2n10.

The back side trail I mentioned is 1n54 - 1n04 - 2n06. It's a counterclockwise loop off 2n10 very close to 2n11. It's a half day - more if you pull off for hikes. Amazing views. Light/moderate 4wd at times. No crawling.

Another great hike also near bluff lake is approaching Castle Rock from the south (the easy way). Great views across BBL. And not nearly as busy compared to going up the hill to CR from the north (off sr18).
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post #36783 of 40646 Old 06-21-2014, 11:10 AM
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Just got out on the south side yesterday. Jeep camping at the very end of 2n11 is great. Get there BBB - Tulip - 2n10. The back side trail I mentioned is 1n54 - 1n04 - 2n06. It's a counterclockwise loop off 2n10 very close to 2n11. It's a half day - more if you pull off for hikes. Amazing views. Light/moderate 4wd at times. No crawling. Another great hike also near bluff lake is approaching Castle Rock from the south (the easy way). Great views across BBL. And not nearly as busy compared to going up the hill to CR from the north (off sr18).
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post #36784 of 40646 Old 06-21-2014, 11:23 AM
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While Taylor joined the prius forum, I went the mazda Miata route.

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and joe mowed his law.
Hey, the "lil mower that could" did pretty well for its size although currently one of the drive belts jumped track & its immobile. I had to push the stupid thing about 150 yards uphill the other day.

If I don't mow the grass at least every 10 days, it gets out of control. Shoots grow as much as 18" in just over a week.

I did mow the front yard & it looks GREAT!

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Guilty of not renewing my premium sub. Should be good now.
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While Taylor joined the prius forum, I went the mazda Miata route. Hey, the "lil mower that could" did pretty well for its size although currently one of the drive belts jumped track & its immobile. I had to push the stupid thing about 150 yards uphill the other day. If I don't mow the grass at least every 10 days, it gets out of control. Shoots grow as much as 18" in just over a week. I did mow the front yard & it looks GREAT!
You need a couple automated lawn mowers (goats)

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Throw down some Bermuda seed

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You need a couple automated lawn mowers (goats)
I get plenty of deer cruise my yard & they eat the grass. Goats would ruin things though since they like eating the roots - correct?

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Throw down some Bermuda seed
I'd need about 2-3 pallets of seed to make it worth while. My grass covers about 96,000 square feet.

I don't think Bermuda survives the winters out here, but I could be wrong.
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Ha yea, and it's not exactly a cheap seed either. Only one way to find out my friend

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I get plenty of deer cruise my yard & they eat the grass. Goats would ruin things though since they like eating the roots - correct? I'd need about 2-3 pallets of seed to make it worth while. My grass covers about 96,000 square feet. I don't think Bermuda survives the winters out here, but I could be wrong.
I don't know exactly. Just know the neighbors have a bunch to keep their field trimmed down.

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Ecology Chula Vista. 79 cj

Tub, roll bad and windshield are all there. Hood and grill is straight.

I grabbed the tailgate for myself

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Ecology Chula Vista. 79 cj

Tub, roll bad and windshield are all there. Hood and grill is straight.

I grabbed the tailgate for myself
Thanks for the post! I grabbed the hood and grill. $75. Tub looked good, but was carpeted. Tranny/transfer case were gone. Front and rear ends dropped. Rear lift springs might be YJ? Fenders are crap. Roll bar, dash panel, windshield frame perfect. Windshield cracked. Some switches but no gauge cluster. Heater box assemble looked great. Plenty of wiring. Pulleys are also there for power steering setup. No box though.

This shouldn't be too hard...........
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post #36795 of 40646 Old 06-29-2014, 07:22 PM
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Just got back from big bear, found a great campsite. Thanks for all the tips for those of you who mentioned them.
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